What is Orange?
There are many varieties of the oranges, with subcategories for each. Oranges are round and vary from the size of a small plum to a shrunken grapefruit. The orange colored rind has a sheen to it. Small clementines have a smooth rind, while navel oranges have a tiny indents and bumps. The thick rind is removed before eating and the flesh inside is pulpy, juicy and orange colored. Blood oranges have a dark red flesh. A thin skin sections the orange into individual pieces and offers a fibrous texture, in contrast to the easy-to-chew flesh. Oranges taste sweet and a little tart.